Hillshire Farm® Fully Cooked Bone-In Smoked Half Ham with Natural Juices (4 Count)
Expand your menu's range of premium smoked meats with Hillshire Farm® Fully Cooked Bone-In Smoked Half Ham with Natural Juices. Slowly and naturally smoked to seal in natural juices, our unsliced ham has been cured with various salts, vinegar and water for optimum freshness and a classic, savory taste. Our fully cooked ham is ideal for heated carving applications, such as sandwiches, breakfast entrées, meat platters or buffet items. Includes one case of 4 Fully Cooked Bone-In Smoked Half Hams. The Hillshire Farm® Brand knows that quality is always the most important ingredient, and we believe that anything worth doing is worth doing right. We strive to provide superior carving hams with easy preparation, delicious flavors and exceptional plate appearance through dedication to craftsmanship, which has existed since our start. No matter where our future takes us, you can be sure you'll always taste the passion for farmhouse quality.
Reasons to buy -
- One, 4 piece case of 9 lb. Hillshire Farm® Fully Cooked Bone-In Smoked Half Ham with Natural Juices
- Slowly and naturally smoked to seal in natural juices
- Cured for optimum freshness and a classic, savory taste
- Unsliced for versatile use
- Fully cooked for convenient preparation
Simply heat, carve and serve with baked beans and corn bread for a smokehouse-style entrée.
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Cured With: Water, Vinegar, Salt, Dextrose, Sodium Phosphate, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite.
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Heating Instructions: Remove packaging material. Use pan at least 1 inch deep. Wrap ham in foil.
For best results, heat in a 300°F oven to an internal temperature of 120°F (approximately 13-15 minutes per pound). Do not overcook, as this will dry the ham.